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Statistical Records (updated at the end of each season, last update = November 2021)

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top 5 season shutouts

top 5 career goals
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top 5 career points

top 5 career shutouts

 

Team Statistics (updated at the end of each season, last update = November 2021)



list of season records

Overall Program Record: 208-22-16 (winning percentage = 89%)

Most Goals Scored in a Season: 142 (2017)

Least Goals Given Up in a Season: 3 (fall 2021)

Most Shutouts in a Season: 19 (2014)

Longest Shutout Streak: 10 games (Sept 10-Oct 12, 2016 and Sept 20-Oct 22, 2014)

Longest Unbeaten Streak (all teams): 41 games (Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 15, 2019)

Longest Unbeaten Streak (NWAC teams only): 39 games (Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 15, 2019)

Most Goals in a Single Game: 15 (vs Wenatchee Valley on Oct 13, 2012)

Highest NSCAA National Ranking: 1st (Nov 23, 2021)

Division Winner: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, spring 2021, fall 2021

NWAC Champions: 2012, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2021

 

NWAC Records

Most goals scored in a season: 142 (2017)

Fewest goals against in a season: 3 (2021)

Most shutouts in a season: 19 (2014) (tied with Walla Walla's 2007 team)

 

All-Stars

  • 2021: Miya Clarke (forward), Grace Johnson (midfielder), Chiaki Takase (midfielder), Caneel Corpuz (defender), Kascia Muscutt (defender), Musuai Siania Isaia (goalkeeper)
  • 2020: no season due to COVID-19
  • 2019: Miya Clarke (forward), Sam Oliveira (forward), Grace Hipke (midfielder), Sammy Howa (midfielder), Toni Powsey (defender), Andrea Kenagy (goalkeeper)
  • 2018: Taylor Graham (forward), Emilee Greve (midfielder), Sam Guzman (defender), Sam Oliveira (forward), Shantel Torres-Benito (midfielder), Halle Watson (defender)
  • 2017: Jordyn DiCintio (forward), Sam Guzman (defender), Akari Hoshino (goalkeeper), Kelly Kevershan (midfielder), Janis Martinez-Ortiz (midfielder), Sydney Warren (forward)
  • 2016: Hoku Afong (forward), Audrey Barham (defender), Akari Hoshino (goalkeeper), Kameryn Jury-Hale (defender), Ellie Small (midfielder), Kennady Whitehead (midfielder), Coby Yoshimura (midfielder)
  • 2015: Myu Ban (midfielder), Karen Corral (defender), Lexi Krieger (forward), Kai Mahuka (defender), Ellie Small (MIdfielder)
  • 2014: Kamryn Barney (defender), Alyssa Bertuleit (forward), Emily Flinn (goalkeeper), Kasie Lough (goalkeeper), Paxton Rodocker (midfielder), Brittney Yoshimura (midfielder)
  • 2013: Bri Afoa (forward), Annie Armstrong (midfielder), Alyssa Bertuleit (midfielder), Bronte Fitzsimmons (forward), Misty Kaiwi (defender), Miranda Sochacki (defender), Brenda Torres (midfielder), Shelbi Vienna-Hallam (defender)
  • 2012: Bri Afoa (forward), Aubrey Briscoe (defender), Jordan Dinneen (midfielder), Kendra Miner (midfielder), Deidra Woodward (midfielder)
  • 2011: Felicia Collins (defender), Krystal Daniels (goalkeeper), Kimmy Jones (defender), Jackie Rodgers (midfielder), Shelby Solomon (forward)
  • 2010: Jackie Rodgers (midfielder)

Division MVPs

  • 2019: Sam Oliveira
  • 2017: Sydney Warren
  • 2013: Bri Afoa
  • 2012: Bri Afoa
  • 2011: Jackie Rodgers

NWAC Player of the Year

  • 2017: Sydney Warren
  • 2012: Bri Afoa

Division Coach of the Year

  • 2021: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2019: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2018: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2017: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2016: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2015: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2012: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2011: Kanyon Anderson

NWAC Coach of the Year

  • 2021: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2018: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2016: Kanyon Anderson
  • 2011: Kanyon Anderson